Located in downtown Manhattan, the Conrad New York features spectacular artwork in its impressive lobby.
Considered a contemporary landmark, the Conrad New York is nestled amidst the bustling streets of downtown Manhattan. Part of the illustrious group of Hilton Hotels, guests can be reassured that they will receive the ultimate in high quality, luxury service throughout their stay. The Conrad New York City atrium provides a stunning first impression, featuring over 2,000 pieces of artwork and a magnificent mural. Created by artist Sol LeWitt, the mural is an amazing 14 stories high and goes by the name of Loopy Doopy. As well as its extraordinary displays of artwork, the hotel also prides itself on its sustainability, reflected in a range of features including a private green roof.
The oversized guest suites of Conrad Hilton New York span an average of 430 square feet, giving guests the space to stretch out and relax. With 463 rooms to choose from, guests can take their pick from a range of sizes, views and layouts. All suites feature two rooms, with separate living and sleeping areas for ultimate luxury and homeliness, and the warming chocolate and cream tones that decorate the walls foster an atmosphere of calm and serenity. If opting for an executive suite, guests are free to enjoy a generous 700 square feet of space, not to mention the added benefit of a walk in wardrobe.
Located in the center of The Conrad New York’s impressive 15-story atrium lobby sits Atrio Wine Bar and Restaurant. Featuring an open plan kitchen and dining area, the restaurant serves a range of Mediterranean-inspired dishes as well as a signature cocktail menu. Guests will be spoiled for choice.
With its spectacular high rises and fast pace, the Financial District is perhaps the most recognizable neighborhood of New York City. The Financial District is known for being home to iconic attractions like Wall Street, One World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial. Visitors will also find that the neighborhood is home to world-class dining, entertainment and cultural institutions. The Financial District offers easy access to museums and attractions such as the Skyscraper Museum, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Battery Park and Trinity Church. Stone Street, named so because of the cobblestone paving, has a thriving dining scene with restaurants like Harry's Cafe and Steak.